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The Egyptian Football Association (EFA) five-member normalisation committee confirmed that the league would resume, though there have been doubts as to whether this will happen as many clubs oppose the decision.
During a press conference on Monday, Sobhi said all clubs will gradually resume their activities with the necessary precautionary measures in place from 1 July, to fully open 15 July. He added that all restaurants and cafes inside clubs will, however, remain closed.
Health and safety controls for return of international tourism were discussed during meetings with sector representatives
The Central Agency for Public Mobilisation and Statistics revealed in a report that manufacturing activities caused the largest share of work injury cases, 56%, followed by transportation and storage activities at 10% of the total number of cases in 2016. The total number of work injury cases in Egypt in 2016 reached 13,620 cases, down …
The armed forces will assemble 8m food packages to be sold at half price
The result of ADIB’s operation revealed that it achieved a net profit, before taxes, during the first half of 2015, amounting to EGP 336.2M, an increase of 43% from the first half of 2014.
The African Union’s decision comes in spite of the union’s suspension of Egyptian activities following the power shift that swept the country last July
The border crossing has been closed since 1 April; humanitarian cases are still cut off inside the strip without access to assistance
The latest group deported adds to the hundreds of Egyptians who have already been deported from Libya in 2013 alone
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The idea behind the BootCamp is to promote the lifestyle and not just the sport
Shell and Greenpeace in a tussle over the Arctic
A new diplomatic crisis between Russia and US predicted